Make a note of www.oxonraces.co.uk and go there if you can't get to this website.
I'm sorry but www.oxonraces.co.uk was down for 10 hours.
Unfortunately, from about 0700 to 1700 today (Monday) there was no access to www.oxonraces.co.uk. This was because the web hosting site had significant problems. I hoping that people who normally use that website were aware that they could use www.oxonraces.com instead. See the note in green above.
Free photos of runners. I took 2109 photos at the Banbury 15. All the photos of this event have now been uploaded. Click on the Photos link in the above menu to see the photos that I took at this event and at lots of other local running events during 2014-19. The photos of this event and some of the other events are also on Facebook. The photos can be downloaded free of charge.
NEW: Each photo on flickr of this event has a link to download the photo. This works on a phone, tablet, laptop or a PC. There are more details about this on the web page for the event.
Latest postal/online entry forms. Thames 10K and 5K at Beale Park, Hungerford Harey 8, Brackley 10K Chicken Run, Spire Bushey 10K and 5K, Wytham 10K and Fun run, Silverstone 10K, FixAddiction Summer 5k and 10k, Blenheim Palace Half Marathon and 10K, Mota-vation Race 1 Charlton-on-Otmoor, Gaddesden Gallop.
Recent results. Gloucester 20, Fleet pre-London Half Marathon, Banbury 15, Stanwick Lakes - Spring Run, March Dorney Lake Winter 5K/10K/15K, MK Half Marathon and Festival of Running, Ashridge Boundary Run, March Dorney Lake Winter Half, March Dorney Lake Winter 20 Mile Run, Thorpe and Egham Half Marathon, Reading Half Marathon
Keep up-to-date. Follow @oxonraces on twitter as it's sent a tweet whenever there's a new entry form or a new set of results.
This web page displays a map that has pushpins that show where races are taking place. Although prior to June 2018 this web page worked using a map from Google Maps, it didn't work during Summer 2018 because Google wanted my credit card details if I continued to use Google Maps. However, this web page is now working again as in October 2018 I switched to using maps from Ordnance Survey.
If you click on the button to remember the postcode, this web site will use a cookie. Although cookies have been used by web sites for many years, a change to the UK law in May 2011 means that a web site now has to ensure that you agree to a cookie being created. If the cookie has been set and you wish to change your mind, you will be able to remove it by clicking the delete the cookie button.
The map has pushpins that show where races are taking place.
Click on a pushpin to get more details about a race.